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What I’m Reading (21)

Hey all, Dani here.

Happy Independence Day to my fellow citizens of the United States.

Okay, so on Monday, the place where I work announced that inventory was still too high and we needed to have a couple more shutdown days. They had already decided on a plant wide shut down for this Thursday and Friday (which just means Thursday for me because I work four shifts of 10 hours each week), but now they have added on next Monday and Tuesday as days off as well. This does not bode well for my paycheck (or my fiance’s, since we work at the same place), but thankfully we plan to spend our time wisely…by staying at home and reading and playing games instead of going out and spending money doing things. With any luck I will definitely kick this month off with a decent number of books finished.

So that means I may need to plan ahead for my reads for the next week. I am totally okay with this, because I am in a reading mood.

Let’s start with books I have finished since my post last Wednesday. I finished two more volumes of My Hero Academia, which means that I am all caught up with the series until the next volume is released in August. I also managed to finish Bookish Boyfriends: A Date with Darcy by Tiffany Schmidt, and I’ll have a review up for that soon.

My current reads are The Emerald Sea by Richelle Mead and A Closed and Common Orbit by Becky Chambers. Going is still slow on the latter book, but I am absolutely loving the newest release by Mead–though it is making me want to reread the other two in the trilogy to try and piece together other connections I may have missed.

Finally, as for what I’d like to start reading in the next week. Oh man, I can make an intimidating list right now because of all these days off work. Okay, I think I have it figured out. I would like to start reading (and hopefully finish) Save the Date by Morgan Matson, From Twinkle, With Love by Sandhya Menon, Little Do We Know by Tamara Ireland Stone, and All of This is True by Lygia Day Penaflor.

That looks like a pretty decent list, and they are all contemporary (ish), so I should fly through them pretty quickly. And that about does it for today. I hope you all have a lovely day, and I will be back soon with more bookish content.

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